Cc. Madhya 9.195

Cc. Madhya 9.195


viśvāsa karaha tumi āmāra vacane
punarapi ku-bhāvanā nā kariha mane


viśvāsa karaha—believe; tumi—you; amara—My; vacane—in the words; punarapi—again; ku-bhavana—misconception; na kariha—do not do; mane—in the mind. 


Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu then assured the brāhmaṇa, “Have faith in My words and do not burden your mind any longer with this misconception.” 


This is the process of spiritual understanding. Acintyā khalu ye bhāvā na tāṁs tarkeṇa yojayet: “We should not try to understand things beyond our material conception by argument and counterargument.” Mahā-jano yena gataḥ sa panthāḥ: “We have to follow in the footsteps of great authorities coming down in the paramparā system.” If we approach a bona fide ācārya and keep faith in his words, spiritual realization will be easy. 

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